Monthly Archives: December 2014

Sonic Xmas Jumper Issue :(

Unfortunately there’s been a major issue with this Sonic jumper between the manufacturer and supplier. We have just been informed they were made in the wrong size, labels are wrong, design not correct etc etc…We’ve been left on the front line to deal with customers with very little information to go on. Obviously customers are expecting their Christmas jumper and we’re now having to explain they may not arrive in time, if at all. It’s been a nightmare.

We deal with this supplier (one of the biggest in the UK for games, consoles, accessories and merchandise) on a daily basis and rarely have an issue. We feel terrible and are working to get refunds/website credit to our customers. This is a problem for all UK retailers and not just Video Game Box.

We have been inundated with enquires during this very busy period and we’re trying to resolve asap. Pleas bear with us. All tickets will be replied to and a refund processed shortly.

Sorry again for the upset and inconvenience caused.

Daniel

(Video Game Box Management)

TV from Sky launches on PlayStation 4

Sony Computer Entertainment UK is delighted to announce that TV from Sky launches today on PlayStation(R)4 (PS4(TM)).

TV from Sky is also known as Sky Go on other platforms and is supported on over 70 devices. Sky TV customers with Sky Go Extra or Multiscreen can now use their PlayStation 4 as one of their registered devices. Support for PlayStation(R)3 (PS3(TM)) is expected in early 2015.

Fergal Gara, Vice President and Managing Director for Sony Computer Entertainment UK said: The addition of TV from Sky today to the PS4 is going to delight all users of the newest, most powerful member of the PlayStation family. TV from Sky joining other services on PS4 including NOW TV, further enhances our credentials as the ultimate gaming and entertainment package.”

This December, customers can look forward to a bumper schedule of TV including brand new dramas Olive Kitteridge (Sky Atlantic) and Agatha Raisin (Sky 1) as well as complete box sets of True Detective (series 1) and Scandal (series 1-3). Sky Movies customers can enjoyCaptain America: The Winter Soldier, Noah, Elf and Frozen and those with Sky Sports will be able to keep up with the 2015 World Darts Championship.

TV from Sky on PlayStation lets customers watch TV live and on demand, with a Sky Go Extra subscription. This includes all seven Sky Sports channels, Eurosport, 11 Sky Movies channels, great entertainment from Sky Atlantic and third party channels such as FOX, plus hours of shows from Nickelodeon and others.

Customers with Sky Go Extra can also download shows onto their phone or tablet whilst connected to Wi-Fi to enjoy anywhere they are and use the service on up to four devices. Sky Go Extra is available to customers for ?5 per month, or at no extra cost to customers with Sky Multiscreen.